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Most Dangerous Place in Earth's History Revealed

News   Apr 27, 2020 | Original story from the University of Portsmouth.

 
Most Dangerous Place in Earth's History Revealed

Predator paradise - The giant predatory dinosaur Carcharodontosaurus eyes a group of Elosuchus - crocodile-like hunters - near a carcass. Artwork by Davide Bonadonna. Credit: Davide Bonadonna.

 
 
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